KSM Makes Promotions

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Katz, Sapper & Miller has promoted 15 to managers: 

• Allison Allen (pictured) - audit and assurance
• Alex Cote - business advisory
• Ben Crim - audit and assurance
• Michael Fennerty - healthcare
• Jacqueline Foster - business advisory
• Andrew Fuchs - audit and assurance
• Lindsay Hammond - business advisory
• Erin Hunter - business advisory
• Sandy Krause - internal accounting
• Corey McSweeney - audit and assurance
• Seth Sailors - business advisory
• Stephen Short - audit and assurance
• Daniel Tritch - audit and assurance
• Brad Weiss - audit and assurance
• Chris Young - business advisory

The firm has also named eight directors:

Charles Decker (pictured) is a member of the firm’s Tax Services Group. He provides technical review of federal income tax issues, identifying innovative solutions to minimize taxes while ensuring compliance for the firm’s clients. Additionally, Deckers monitors tax legislation and emerging tax issues, serving as a resource for KSM staff.

Andrew Goodman is a member of the firm’s Audit and Assurance Services Group. He helps clients navigate the ever-changing environment of financial reporting and operational controls, helping to ensure they are up-to-date on best practices and making profitable business decisions. Advising clients in a multitude of industries, Goodman's particular focus is in construction, where he serves as a member of KSM’s Construction Services Group.

Sarah Hammond is a member of the firm’s Business Advisory Group. She specializes in federal and multistate tax compliance and consulting for businesses and their owners, along with providing general business and accounting advisory services. Hammond serves clients in a multitude of industries, with an emphasis on those in the manufacturing, distribution, and technology industries. Through her collaboration with other KSM professionals, she looks for ways to help her clients improve their businesses.

JP Moore is a member of the firm’s Healthcare Resources and Financial Services Groups. He works with clients on a holistic level to identify opportunities to minimize tax liabilities by navigating between their business and personal situations. Moore provides federal and multistate tax compliance and consulting, along with general business and accounting advisory services to businesses, individuals, and trusts in a variety of industries, with a focus in healthcare and financial services.

Brad Reay is a member of the firm’s Healthcare Resources Group. He provides fair market value opinions and commercial reasonableness assessments for hospitals and health systems, medical groups, academic institutions, and other healthcare entities to ensure physician compensation arrangements are compliant with regulatory requirements. Reay also oversees compliance initiatives related to physician services arrangements, designs progressive physician compensation arrangements, and provides ongoing consulting support for negotiations of services agreements involving both employed and independent physicians.

Brittany Schutter is a member of the firm’s Business Advisory Group. She specializes in federal and multistate tax compliance and consulting for businesses and their owners, while keeping them informed of current tax legislation and emerging topics. Schutter serves clients in a variety of industries, with a focus in transportation and dealerships. She also has experience with mergers, acquisitions, and restructuring of businesses, helping clients navigate the tax implications from these transactions. Schutter is a member of the firm’s Transportation Services and Dealership Services Groups.

Amy Zimmer is a member of the firm’s State and Local Tax Group. She specializes in multistate income tax compliance and consulting for businesses and their owners. Her assistance in these projects includes negotiating and implementing voluntary disclosure agreements, negotiating settlements with taxing jurisdictions, coordinating multistate tax research, and assisting with complex multistate tax compliance.

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